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"michelle steve" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"I'm gonna get my colleagues on both sides of the chamber have already spoken to leadership, and this is a real issue down here. Now. Now, he says he also was blindsided by the city's plan a few days ago. He's following a bill that would force cities or counties to provide proper notification to the community prior to a decision like this, and obviously You know, you know the devil's in the details of this. Yes. You know what I mean? It's a lot. Today is the day the City Council is going to vote on possibly buying the Candlewood Suites to the tune of $9.5 Million and we've heard of from several stakeholders in this include the managers and owners of the Hampton Inn and suites that shares a driveway. They share a dress. Really? We heard from Cynthia Long Trump Williamson County commissioner earlier this morning, and she's really concerned about it being so close to neighborhoods so close to other businesses even really close to Westwood High School, But the City Council is also going to vote on this heals resolution that's going to target some of the high areas where the homeless or camping some of the dangerous places, At least one homeless expert says. Ah, partial camping ban in Austin. It will not work without law enforcement, The Texas public policy foundations homelessness, fellow Michelle Steve says the latest version of the hell proposal before council today won't work as long as the city hamstrings enforcement efforts. What I would say in terms of the city manager coming up with other ways, too. Enforces. Good luck. It's there are no other ways to enforce it. You either enforce the law are you don't Despite this, Steve says reinstating some form of a camping ban is still a good first step for the city. John Cooley, NewsRadio, Kale, BJ. Also in regards to this homeless issue, It looks like Austin voters will finally get a chance to say, I say something when it comes to this band. Second time appears to be the charm for nonprofit Save Austin now, which submitted a petition last month to get the homeless camping ban rescinded to get that issue on the ballot. 20,000 signatures have to be verified, and according to city clerk, Jeanette Good, all the city is virtually certain. The true number of valid signatures exceeds that mark of the 27,879 signatures on the petition. 26,103 is said to be valid that paves the way for the public to get to cast a vote on this in May save Austin now also wants new offenses to be created to enforce that band. Patrick Osborne News, Radio K L B J all right there you got. That's a great thing. As far as we'll have a chance to vote on it. I just got it doesn't mean that it's going to pass. We've got to get the voters out to vote on it. And also the ballot language has to be, uh, people need to be very careful reading the ballot language and make sure they understand. Whether they're saying no or yes, for the right direction. And so this is very encouraging. I'm excited about this, but it is by no means Does this mean that the camping ban will be reinstated? No, it does not not. We got to get people out. You've got 26,000 people that signed a petition. Now you got to get 26,000. Maybe more to get to the polls. You son because the entire City Council minus McKinsey Kelly. They're going to be getting people to the polls. They'll be busting people to the polls right to vote against Save Austin Now's ideas. Teachers. They don't have to get vaccinated for schools to reopen. I know what may sound counterintuitive to a lot of people out there. But Rochelle Wolinsky, the director for the senator's disease control and Prevention, says that schools should be re opening up and the teachers don't have to be vaccinated for this. Have the revelations not likely. Good news for the teachers unions. They've been fighting to get teachers vaccinated first before they return to the classroom. Got a full report of this on our website and news. Ready? Okay, LBJ dot com. Get him back. Get him all back in the class. Yeah, Absolutely. Yeah, That's that's That's where they need to be tough, folks how to find you on Facebook at dawn prior and it don prior radio on the Facebook. We got Markham Melinda there coming up next at 10. Rush Limbaugh at 11, and then he got Marc Melinda and I can't even pronounce his name. But it's a new person that's gonna be here from from 2 to 4. If I'm reading this correctly at doing a Clemente and he's going to stick around for the sports show is well, when Jason and Vito he must be good. Those guys are hot man. Yeah, Those guys are hot and forego. Have you have you picked a winner for the Super Bowl? Yes. Yes, it will be the Patriots. There you go. Yeah. You could track me on all social media at Todd Jeffries, Uh, check with me on linked in, you know, Facebook Instagram partner wherever you are. I'm there if they were playing that tie Jeffries.
"michelle steve" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Sides of the chamber, Haouari spoken to leadership. This is a real issue down here now, And he also says he was blindsided by the city's plan. Just a few days ago he spent, he says he's following a bill that would force cities and counties to provide proper notification to the community before a decision like this is made, at least one homeless expert says partial camping bands in Austin won't work without legal enforcement. The Texas public policy foundations homelessness, fellow Michelle Steve says the latest version of the hell proposal before council today won't work as long as the city hamstrings. Enforcement efforts. What I would say in terms of the city manager coming up with other ways to enforce this good luck. Uh, there are no other ways to enforce it. You either enforce the law are you Don't Despite this, Steve says reinstating some form of a camping ban is still a good first step for the city. John Cooley. NewsRadio Kale BJ, So the Austin City Council vote today on forming a new forensic lab independence of the Police department. Despite disagreeing with many of the council's policing decisions the Austin Police Association can, Cassidy tells gave you that this is what it makes sense. I think it should have been done years ago gives a third my not a police. I to the evidence is being examined. Cassidy says Having evidence looked at by neutral third parties is something that he very much supports. The city plans to use $12 million, so it's been Reallocate ID from the A P D budget to create that system, it is 5 42 here on the tide of Don show what we missed a few days away from Super Bowl Sunday. You got the Packers Packers. You can take your bloody Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs. I'm trying to figure out I know the Kansas City Chiefs. They've been deemed the home team, but they're actually playing in Tampa Bay. The you know that the stadium with the Buccaneers play. I'm just curious what the Kansas City Chiefs get to use the Tampa Bay Buccaneers locker room that would suck while I mean, if I was Kansas City, that's what I'd want, right. You know, just just a rattle Tampa Bay's cage. Let him have their day It is 5 43, now speaking of sports. Did you get a chance to hear Rand Paul yesterday talking about women and competing well men competing in women's sports at the high school level, and you know here he was grilling the education secretary on this issue, and we'll hear about that straight ahead on the tide of Don show Todd and don show Times they're certain at Facebook..
"michelle steve" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"From Venezuela from China in Iran that is exactly who's winning by this executive order line has killed the Keystone XL pipeline and ended new oil and gas leases on federal land. He's starting to push the nation toward of reliance on wind and solar. Biden White House is focused on moving forward toward a $1.9 trillion covert spending package. At the White House briefing Wednesday, press secretary Jen Psaki says the president will be listening to a lot of voices to determine what the plan will ultimately look like governors. We're gonna listen to a broad range of economists were gonna listen to health experts on what is needed with the American people need at this point in time. The rescue plan also has more than $300 billion in state and local government funding, which some Republicans quest. Jen Psaki said. We would certainly certainly welcome an offer from their ends on what state local funding they'd support, meaning there's still some negotiating yet to be done. GURNAL Scott Fox News closer to home now the petition that was submitted recently by local nonprofit Save Austin now to get the camping ban Recent. It has been certified by the city of Boston. 20,000 signatures are needed to get the issue on the ballot dismay and, according to the city clerk's office, 26,103 signatures have been validated. At least one homeless expert says A partial camping ban here in Austin will not work without some stiff enforcement. The Texas public policy foundations homelessness, fellow Michelle Steve says the latest version of the hell proposal before council today won't work as long as the city hamstrings enforcement efforts. What I would say in terms of the city manager coming up with other ways to enforce this good luck. Uh, there are no other ways to enforce that You either enforce the lar you don't Despite this, Steve says reinstating some form of a camping ban is still a good first step for the city. John Cooley. NewsRadio Kale, BJ Austin's plan today to buy a hotel for the homeless, and Williams and County has caught the attention of Georgetown State Senator Charles Shorter, who's not too pleased about it. Like many others, he says he only found out about the Planned days ago, He talked to Fox seven. He says Austin's going about this all wrong up.
"michelle steve" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The Austin City Council is set to reintroduce partial public camping bands today. Michelle Steve what the Texas Public Policy Foundation says the so called hell resolution of the homeless and campaign assistance Link is actually pretty good first step and then we need to start to enforce it and That's going to take a lot of different people helping the homeless understand what the new rules are and where they can be and where they can't be. That's where Steve is critical of the city because officials have already said the camping bands will not be enforced through policing or with fives. And because of that, ultimately, Steve Steve believes the hell resolution will not work. The petition submitted by local nonprofit save Austin now to get the camping ban. Recent. It has been certified by the city of Austin. 20,000 signatures are needed to get The issue on the ballot this May and city clerk's unit, Goodall says 26,103 signatures have been validated on the eve of Austin's vote to purchase the Candlewood Suites Hotel for homeless housing, which will happen today, Residents and business owners have rallied together again to call in the city to postpone similar to what Williamson County commissioners have expressed this week. Protesters say the city snuck this in quickly without transparency. Bianca Rodriguez talked to CBS Austin. That's fun, something that's in the non residential area that's actually going to provide mental health, the rehabilitation services for these individuals, almost 2500 people have signed an online petition in opposition. But despite the push back, the plan does appear to have plenty of support on the city Council diets. Georgetown State Senator Charles Shorter is waiting into this debate over the Candlewood Suites hotel. He talked to Fox seven. He to, he says the Austin City Council is not addressing homelessness properly and should not be shipping its problems. Upto Williamson County I'm gonna get.
"michelle steve" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"To get the Dana Show on apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts, Steve. I want to switch topics real quick to the climate agenda. By the president elect. You wrote an op ed on Fox News titled Biden wants us to rejoin the Paris climate accord. Why it puts America last. I think we know where you stand on this. This is just starting one of the I think one of the best things that Donald Trump did when he came into office, and we had popped him in the campaign about this that the climate change the Paris climate change treaty is a joke. I mean, the single biggest polluter in the world by far by far Rick is China and it doesn't require China do anything for another 10 years. Meanwhile, we have to shut down our coal plants. We have to shut down our oil and gas. Facilities that employ you know millions of workers. We have to use more expensive energy, while China and India and Russia laugh behind our backs, so I don't think it's a very wise thing to do. To the 80 million or so Americans. Fellow Americans are neighbors. Fellow Patriots the 80. Plus, if you believe the numbers 80 million voted for For Joe Biden. And you guys, you got swallowed whole. The life from the so called mainstream media. All the abuse from Hollywood just all the just Awful commentary on On President Trump all these years. All the online assaults, even within his own party, so called Republicans and ex Republicans and Chairman Michael Steele, the trader stabbing him in the back. All these people, all of you, if you believe the 80 some Aunt Millie, for all of you, Thank you. Thank you for your vote of no confidence for Not the man Uh Donald Trump who love him or hate him. In my opinion, his policies Great for America for the 80 or so million American voters. If the numbers are correct. And you guys are likely sending Joe Biden the office. Thank you. For America. Last America last is here again. America leading from behind you. Name it. We're talking about the Paris climate Accord and China. The worst polluter on the plane. Oh, by the way, How are you, friend? Happy Thanksgiving. All these wonderful dog, right Positive stuff. Happy Thanksgiving. I'm Sergio Sanchez. You're in tune with the Dana Show. You got a comment 844344. Dana, you make it by Kimmie. You make it on the radio evening to contribute something, though. Yeah. You name it in Paris Accord. Iran. Oh, yeah, that piece of nuclear agreement. Yeah. Where they punted for 10 years they punted the nuclear bomb in Iran. There was Acknowledgment that Yeah, they got they got a program is going on. But let's just put it 10 years. Yeah, And I wonder how many billions of American dollars will be gone to Iran. Now that If Joe Biden takes the office, you know, like the the pallets full of cash under under Obama. Maybe Mr Baez getting a pallet ready to send over to Iran. MM Asia Pacific Trade Deal Yeah. America's last on that one, and China not only China, all the trade tariffs and putting China on the leash. The investigation into the Chinese virus. When is that gonna happen under Joe Biden? Never All right, let me read some else. More positive. It's Thanksgiving. It is time for charity. I saw this headline on Ryan Reynolds and Blake lively. Donating a half million dollars to organizations dedicated to supporting the homeless and That inspired me to go get a conversation. This I'm sharing with your conversation I had with a wonderful human being. Her name is Michelle Steve. And a book that you if you are in message. You're trying to help the homeless. You should know about this. Go ahead and kill me. Michelle Stephens, author of a new book called Answers Behind the Red Door, battling the Homelessness epidemic. It's a pleasure, Michelle Appreciate your making some time to be with us. Thank you so much for Yeah, Covering this perfect you back, it's heart wrenching to see pictures that were dominant in the news at one time at a California And all these people living in the streets. Whether it's Professionals working people who can't afford housing in California, Northern California, Silicon Valley or or Southern California in Skid Row, folks trying to get by their problem accessory baited over the past several years. What went wrong in California? And can we use that? Has an example of what not to do in other community. That would be the only way to use that example. Well, let me just start off and and say that While California has one of the worst problem homelessness has exploded across the nation by 16% in the last decade. Under a policy that the Obama administration put into place. That promised that homelessness would end in the decade. Instead, it's got up by 16% as I mentioned and Ending has increased by over 200%. California followed the federal government's lead in implementing this policy, which is called housing first. And it basically says we need to take the homeless and give them a house and they can decide when it's convenient for them whether or not they want to engage and services such as substance abuse services or mental health counseling or work training. It's totally up to them in while they're in that housing, which is, by the way, lifelong housing whether they want to get better. This policy has.
"michelle steve" Discussed on WDRC
"If I take somebody who may have mental on this problem, or may have an addiction problem, or a little bit of both, and I give them a free place to live. I could actually be making their problem worse. Good night. Because if the homeless person is expend a certain amount of effort to be able to live under a bridge or live out on the streets, and now you've forgiven them of that on said Okay, we'll give you a free place to live. Being addicted to drugs. Now that you have a safe, warm, dry, secure place to live, maybe even easier that it was while living on the street. Well, so your point is a good one, huh? Number one. What I would say is When you put a homeless person in a house where They turn up required to address their underlying issues, whether there be mental illness or addiction or criminal history. Whatever has led them to that. They're not gonna do that without any sort of Encouragement or mandate or incentive to to address those issues. And right now we're putting them in a housing without those Encouraging or incentivizing or mandating, you know, influences. I would also say that people who are struggling with homeless is they want to be. They are not in a place where they can. If they're struggling with mental illness or addiction. They're not in a place where they could So select help. I mean, there's a disease that You know, Truth, Penske and many addiction specialists. Talk about that prohibits them from having self awareness. Well, you'd expect them to And Michelle if we put them in housing, where 70% of the people with him also have a drug and alcohol problem, Then you have people are co dependent, right? My dad was an alcoholic. If I said Hey, Dad, I found a great place for you to live and maybe work on your alcoholism. I'm gonna put you in a house with five other alcoholics, who are a wall have access many of the new shelters. On housing situations are considered what they call low barrier to entry, which which only means you don't have to quit the booze and the drugs to get in. So now you're an alcoholic or a drug addict living in a place where almost all of your neighbors are also alcoholics and drug addicts, and they know where to get it. And and so I can't it be like, you know, buying my dad or about renting my dad when he was still alive and apartment right over the liquor store That would not have been the place to put an alcoholic, right? No, absolutely. You're so right. And what people forget is you know, we all need for human beings, the only community and we will gravitate towards the community that Is supporting. What we want to do or what we think, or you know, a variety of of behaviors that we have so ignoring the fact that people want to be where their friends are. Where their friends are, where they're doing what they want to do, Which is what putting them an individual housing does. I mean, basically takes them out of community and put them into another community. That doesn't have any requirement, So it's just it's a recipe for disaster. All right, So what is the solution? That is before we run out of time, Michelle What's the solution? Well it so I will say it's not gonna be fixed overnight. I. The solution starts with saying as the federal government as a state government in California, Oregon. There is no one size fits all policy that the one that we invested in for many years have failed. We need to take an individual approach. Where we look at the individual where we address their underlying issues, and when we help them grow one of the problems with housing first is it locks people in To the place. Where they entered homelessness, right? It locks people into this state of being Where they're addicted or they're mentally ill. Or they're criminally justice involved. And they can't get out. Nope. They can't Michelle Steve is the author of Answers Behind the Red Door battling the Homeless epidemic, Misty,.
"michelle steve" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"1983 the fifth wife Number five, the fifth wife, Jerry Lee Lewis. He wasn't five but close. Boy. Let me tell you, man, talk about a guy that likes them Young. Take that. Mike. Michael Jackson. Sit here. Hold my beer. Uh, it's it's wine. Actually, I think, isn't my wife. Hold my eczema. Uh, Michelle Steve? Uh, Shawn Michelle Stevens was found dead at the Mississippi, home of a methadone overdosed on this day in 1983. She was the fifth number 50 toe wet Jerry Lee Lewis. He would later Mary again in 1984. To a 22 year old Carrie Carver. They divorced in 2000 for she was ancient. She was H writing. His first one was not only his cousin was one of his cousin but also this one could drive 13 years old. Myra Gale Brown was 13 years old when they went. It was also his cousin, man. There's not a creepy factor there at all double creepy, speaking of creepy and younger ones. Who's on the state of 2009 that Los Angeles County coroner ruled Michael Jackson's death a homicide caused by a mix of drugs meant to treat insomnia. On February 8th 2010 Dr. Conrad Murray was charged.
"michelle steve" Discussed on KOMO
"Because of the curfew and because of the weather but definitely others are digging in their heels and they don't appear to be going anywhere a number of reporters for calm are found throughout the city for you tonight keeping a safe distance and monitoring what happens when one of them is called most patrons when let's get to him now live Patrick Michelle yeah you mentioned the processors are going anywhere where they are going somewhere right now it looks like our groups are converging the going to the federal courthouse we're seeing different rally group some people some more aggressive now combining forces it looks like bill o'neill in the home twenty four hour news center along with Kelly Blair we've been keeping an eye on the situation across Seattle today in downtown Seattle and around the area Kelly how obviously it's been a violent day here in the center it really has been it started out peacefully for several hours and then all of a sudden right before four o'clock things took a nasty turn and there were police cars on fire and there was a theater that someone set a fire I think all these fires have been put out but that's basically things headed south at that point and we've been not playing catch up ever since you know we've seen a large group of protesters outside of police headquarters as well there may be some threat to the building there we know officers have that building surrounded at this point we do know that a curfew is now in effect in the city of Seattle that was issued by mayor Jenny Durkin a short time ago it is in effect starting at five o'clock it will continue until five o'clock tomorrow morning so you're supposed to be off the streets right now of course we do continue to see the situation across the city of peers to be some looting right now going on a couple of shops in downtown Seattle we're gonna be checking on that for you throughout the evening here with our staff and komo TV as well governor Jay Inslee also activating the National Guard this evening two hundred we're gonna be described on our members by the governor of the National Guard will be deployed to assist the city of Seattle and the Seattle police department in what the governor describes as protecting property in our area as well obviously you know this continues to be a volatile situation absolutely it it headed in a bad way quickly and then it escalated pretty quickly there are some areas that I I hear in the como reporters on the phone the streets that it has quieted down but there are some hot spots that still are going on in the area where they've had tear gas people song rocks it's it's it's disturbing and to be fair to DO some of these groups of protesters they have distanced themselves from what we'll call the trouble makers of that's right the ones that are throwing the rocks and bottles and enter causing destruction so it seems to be a couple of different kind of things going on right now and and hopefully things will quiet down just a little bit unfortunately Seattle does have a bit of a history with some violent protest we think back to the the World Trade meetings back in the nineteen nineties unfortunately not anything you would not do anything we've really seen around here for quite some time I mean like I said when the day started out it was quiet and you know we were kind of lulled into a false sense of security but then at this point you know it's it's gets frightened when things start getting dark and that's what happened in Minneapolis and and like I said it just takes a couple of bad actors and then things can go do about place may be on the positive side we do have a steady rain falling across much of the area so perhaps that may Dallas a little bit of this maybe that's not the right word to use but maybe put a little bit of a damper on some of the situation that we're seeing out there hopefully and things will start to calm down we'll continue to watch this throughout the evening right here call news radio and komo TV it is five thirty two we're going to rejoin our coverage now with our partners at komo TV that's exactly what happened but these vehicles were set on fire firefighters did eventually move in and get those under control but we show you were sort of talking about how there is really been a separation of these groups that are holding these events today Andre Taylor the or one of the organizers of that event that started at Westlake park at three o'clock this afternoon really wanted his event to be peaceful and really wanted everyone to know that was attending that events that he wanted it to be peaceful if they're trying to get an important message across some of those folks I have made their way or at least trying to make their way to the federal court house now and it seems you have these other groups that have come in to try and start some destruction by starting some fires on vehicles we even saw a building that was set on fire and I think the Verizon and poly clinic building down there in the downtown core that was set on fire a little bit earlier and are just trying to because and destruction because of what's been happening you know what's interesting to in our city is right away you heard the police chief Carmen best come out and talk about what happened in Minneapolis you saw all the king county sheriff come out the police chief in Olympia all across our state saying what happened in Minneapolis shouldn't have happened and it was horrible disturbing disgusting and wrong on any yet in our city today you see people unleashing violence setting police vehicles on fire police being very patient throughout the day here as saying many times that they want to give people the opportunity to speak to assemble to have the right to speak but not to to hurt anybody and not to be violent and we notice there are various police lines swat teams throughout the city are you see right here this line of demarcation that I've mentioned before metal barricades flint fencing that has gone up around police headquarters very clear as you look at the scene here that the headquarters is is being protected and nobody's getting close to to that facility if you will officers throughout our city a lot of other protesters and we've talked to said you know they were here for George they are here to say that this can't stand we've heard a lot of a lot of conversations about black lives matter racial injustice racism not being tolerated a lot of the folks that we have talked to came out here with peaceful intentions but police said about three hours and so all of the demonstrations and the process first started showing up around noon today and then about three hours and that's when police say things got violent that people were throwing some of the demonstrators were throwing fireworks into the crowd rocks and really setting fires and being violent in in many different ways and it's a scene that we've seen unfolds in so many different cities across the country over the last couple of days in response to what happened on Monday in Minneapolis I do want to note that in about twenty five minutes from now we just learned that Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan is expected to talk with reporters about that curfew that took place went into affect about thirty five minutes ago I should be talking with a number of public safety officials that we presume that most likely the police chief and fire chief about what we've been saying the escalated incidents that have been taking place throughout much of the afternoon and also that five PM curfew order that went into effect about thirty five minutes ago and that will remain in effect until five o'clock tomorrow morning in a release that we got from the city about forty five minutes ago it mentions that the city did not intend to enforce that curfew bites they could enforce it for those who are violating the order that might result in some public health concerns or safety threats which includes fires and includes property damage and violence so I will be interested to hear from her obviously we expect and hope to take that live when she starts to give her remarks at six o'clock tonight along with some other city officials about what we have seen been seeing unfold here for about two and a half hours now since that demonstration began at three o'clock this afternoon at Westlake park and what has resulted ever since that of the past two and half hours all right and so Steve this is just stand from the Seattle downtown association definitely echoing some of things are just talking about saying that a peaceful protest in Westlake park this afternoon hijacked by people a block away who were intent on destruction messages of peace and pleas for change were overshadowed by burning cars black smoke and broken windows we hope people can come together in downtown to mourn and pro S. peacefully rather than resort to violent behavior I actually calling what's happening in our city today shameful of course the downtown business association very involved in the safety of downtown on with the number I have a number of businesses that are members and definitely advise some of their members to be on the look out today to protect their businesses in fear that something like this might indeed happen sure we talk a little bit earlier about the impacts that all of this activity downtown is having on metro bus routes we just learned from Washington state ferries that Colman dock the terminal there is now closed because of all of this out law enforcement activity and also because the curfew that went into effect I'm just about forty minutes ago so all see all Seattle bound ferry service has currently been suspended until further notice that obviously impacts the Seattle and Bremerton routes in the Seattle and Bainbridge island routes on top of metro burst bus service being impacted because of the traffic situation now ferries also being impacted because of what we're seeing unfold here right now the problem has been on the scene for us all day covering the very first rally that began at noon today let's get to the next Michelle Steve from what we've been seeing fourth Avenue has been cleared there's been cars driving through as you can see the demonstrators between fifth and sixth six Gorman is you just heard an explosion potentially a flashbang often people starting to walk closer and run closer to where we are from here we are standing just nearby is the doc martens store that's just off fourth Avenue there were a couple people unfortunately decided to throw rocks over at the doc martens store they actually cracked one of the windows and there's been a little bit of unrest there on that stop shortly after that was just a few people with the majority of people still off over at fifteen point one sixteen pine we decided to stick around and not join in the peaceful March that's happening just on a different part of downtown but again this is the view that you're seeing fifteen point intersect that's where that first car fire took place claims are still coming in opposite but as of right now that's been the extent of it we see some people standing on top of A. S. V. that's in between fifth and fourth Avenue I believe that the news call of it someone standing on top of over here is a band is playing but this is been the scene that we've seen since March began with the people who are here at Westlake park they've moved on and part of the crowd has dispersed but even as the rain is coming down people continue to make their way here an observer and be a part of this demonstration where these car fires continue to process all right no problem reporting for us live in downtown Seattle right near west like Nick will come back to it and just.
"michelle steve" Discussed on Murder Minute
"While Bruce Sylvia's lawyers duked it out in the fall. Bruce seemed to spend most of his time at home a few times a week. Bruce could be seen having lunch alone at Montross Bakery and cafe. He usually we sat in a booth near the window ordering the Turkey or strongly sandwich and for dessert a raspberry Danish and keeping an eye on sake lucky on the sidewalk. Bruce spent several months applying for jobs in the high tech industry but few companies were hiring. Because Bruce hadn't secured employment and was having financial difficulties the judge hearing he and Sylvia's divorce case suspended offended his support payments a relief for Bruce since he had been spending all of his money on guns shortly after Bruce was relieved of his support payments an old high school friend. Telephone Steve Irwin Steve. His his wife and six children lived in Iowa and he in Bruce hadn't been touched for several years. But Steve invited Bruce to come to Iowa love for a visit. And to celebrate. Steve's forty fifth birthday bruce accepted the invitation and when he he arrived told Steve all about his divorce. Steve told the La Times that Bruce claim to have been sitting sitting at home and thinking about everything. Bruce seemed embarrassed that his personal life had unraveled and that his firing dwindling the finances were on public display and voice court Bruce added that he and his mother were barely speaking and that when she she attended the divorce hearings. She sat with Suva's family but bruce seemed to enjoy spending time with Steve's children he helped them with their homework and gave them change from his pockets and when he left town he left. Seven dollars. Under Steve's nine nine year old son's pillow but boosted something else before leaving Iowa he went to a gun shop where he purchased. I sixteen handgun magazines. Each held eighteen bullets magazines and California only held old ten when he returned home he picked up his Santa suit. Paint the remaining one hundred dollar balance on the Bill L. and tipped her twenty dollars. Bruce Pardo's plan was almost complete. He had five Handguns at home. And The Walt compressor a fifty foot hose and a tank of high octane fuel. In his shed as Thanksgiving approached. Bruce hung his Christmas lights then a week before Christmas. On December eighteenth the marriage Bruce Pardo and Soviet ORCA was officially terminated in the hearing room on the second floor of a burbank courthouse. Bruce Pardo was ordered to pay his now ex wife. Ten thousand dollars. She kept the diamond engagement ring and the dog sake. Bruce kept the House the next day Bruce Walked walked into a montrose travel agency to price a plane. TICKET TO VISIT Steve Irwin's family again. He returned to the agency on Monday day and paid six hundred and fifty dollars cash for round trip ticket he would depart at twelve twenty. Am on Christmas Day Eh and return two weeks later. He then called Steve and told him that he was planning to visit then. Bruce rented two cars a blue dodge caliber from budget and a silver Toyota. Rav four from rent a wreck. He packed the twitter with maps of the southwestern United States and Mexico water food clothing a can of gasoline and both a laptop and a desktop computer on Christmas Eve. He drove the Toyota Goethe to Glendale and parked it near the home of his ex-wife's attorney Scott Nord investigators. Believe believe that Bruce planned drive the dodge to the attorneys house after the massacre kill Lord and escape in the Toyota at six PM. Bruce called Stephen his wife Michelle. Steve recalled that Bruce sounded depressed oppressed but Brusett that he'd see them all the next day. They promised to lend him some warm winter clothes during his visit. It's unclear if Bruce Pardo really intended to flee to Iowa it may have been a backup plan or an attempt to throw investigators off his trail. Bruce Pardo's next door neighbor recall seeing him later that night as he and his nephew stepped out on their porch to smoke a cigarette as Bruce walked by he greeted them just the same as always ace. The neighbor said he didn't seem like he was mad or anything. Bruce told them that he was off to a Christmas his party but then they noticed one thing. That wasn't the same as always. Bruce left his black CADILLAC ESCALADE delayed and his White Hummer in the driveway and instead got into an unfamiliar Blue Dodge parked on the street at around ten PM versus younger brother. Brad pulled up to his house. Bruce had agreed to go with. Brad had to a friend's holiday party but Bruce wasn't home. Bruce was also expected at the Holy Redeemer Catholic Lick Church where he had signed up to be an usher for midnight mass but Bruce would never arrive sometime between eleven and eleven thirty PM on Christmas Eve. Bruce Pardo parked is rented blue dodge and approached a brick home home at the end of the cul de sac in Covina wearing his custom. Santa suit with boot covers belt beard glasses..
"michelle steve" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The house Michelle Steve Bannon took the stand in the perjury and witness well don't describe dirty trickster Roger stone CBS is bill Rakoff has to Bennett who told reporters Friday he was a reluctant witness in appearing Anderson why did Paul Rodgers known as an access point to wikileaks Bannon said the IRA technical problems CBS we will get more of that to you as we head through the afternoon from the W. T. M. J. breaking news center in local news two people are dead after their bodies found in a running vehicle rusty Melbourne has more in the W. T. M. J. breaking news center John the walkie police say officers found the vehicle near twenty second and Keith around seven thirty this morning life saving measures were performed on a twenty year old male and twenty year old female but they were declared dead at the scene the Milwaukee county medical examiner's office says they are treating this as a probable carbon monoxide poisoning incident with autopsy scheduled for Monday police say there was no foul play involved in the death a cold case cracked in Racine county prison county sheriff Chris mailing says they have identified the killer of a woman whose body was found in the town of ramen twenty years ago often times these cases as we know we'll call in terms of investigative leads but they must never grow dust or be forgotten the victim was named Peggy land Johnson a twenty three year old woman with significant cognitive impairment impairments who was allegedly killed by Linda laroche a nurse from the cannery Illinois who'd taken in la Roche was taken into custody in Florida after police received a tip that she may have been involved in the cold case the CDC may have found a possible culprit in the long illnesses linked to vaping.
"michelle steve" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"I'm bob bondo palm dowd back to our show when did you start working with we talked on the phone about steve lawrence somebody we've wanted on this podcast since we started it for five years ago and haven't had any luck when did you work with did you work with stevie separately or together well separately but at the same time okay i wrote i got to write a couple of songs with michelle grant who i assure yet another legend of legend then an incredible songwriter and i thought how am i getting and satun ity to write with him 'cause i'm not necessarily known as a leader assistant if anything when people met me and brian potter they thought he's the inglis sky he doesn't sit at the piano like dennis does so he's probably the lyricist and dennis is probably the music i but that really was not the case brian contribute needed a lot to our melodies into our music was a great sounding board was a drummer he understood music it was you know in his blood and i was always a very proactive lyricist i would never just hand it off to anyone so world steve lawrence right stephen audience so i'll even michelle ground i get this call michelle grin would like to meet you i felt wow somebody forget exactly who but i owe them a great that told him that i was a really good lear assistance i'd written a lot of hits and he called me and i met with me so i'm doing this small movie and maybe that's why because he didn't feel like he could call the bergman's or someone much more famous that he'd worked with because it was a very little broad okay he said there's not much money in it you know whatever i'm doing the score and i'm writing a couple of songs and i'd like you to work with me said oh i would love to and he played me ladies and they were michel legrand gorgeous melodies and i took them and i wrote the lyrics came back and he loved them that was what was most important i after say was one of the most nerve racking moments singing him the songs of his melody six and he played for me and i'm singing with him and that was a trip unto itself and he loves them and he said well now we have to of who we can get to sing them and i said well i have some ideas one of the songs was a song about new york in the in the four ladies and fifties and that was the song steve and it was about what the movie was about really movie was called falling in love again it was with elliott gould that yeah sure very quaint little store i know that flick and and i think michelle i i was like it may have been her first movie from that mistake and she was in it anyway i said what about steve lawrence michelle steve lawrence he said that's a great idea no him i said i do actually and i had gotten to know steve became a friend and and you know he knew that he was one of my idols so ziti and and then the other song was a ballad and that was a female song and i said what about you eighty for this and he said if you could get eighty for this we we'd have an incredible package and i went to see them both play them the songs and they said let's do it mastic produced both of the records for the soundtrack with them and i got to work with my dear friends what a renaissance man he is i mean we were talking on the phone that he could do one anything steve lawrence absolute good comedian good actor great storyteller that's why we want we want him here so bad he always seemed like someone who did take himself too seriously i think that's true yeah yeah great guy to be around warm and funny and just just the beautiful guy and they used to be on TV constantly stephen eighty eighty gourmet meals today is cousin eh some try some extra trivia we leap around obviously you've caught that dennis but and and eventually we'll get to you and brian meeting up in the UK and all the great hits as you guys produced but talk about setting up shop that you decided you were you were still a kid you decided to go and open up an off facet sixteen fifty broadway yeah a building only slightly lesser known than the brill building for this for this kind of this could these kind of songwriters who was in the building at time at that time it might have actually been more popular building the building yeah it might have been the brill building had history that sixteen fifty didn't have beautiful art deco bill young sixteen fifty was not but when i started showing up there and open my little office there which was in the early sixties that's where don kirshner and al nevins that's where was it sixteen fifty yeah and that's where neil bogart in casablanca in the early days we'll located and a lot of company as you know lots of publishers lots of little record labels every office there was very little else but music companies and you could walk those halls as often did looking at the names on the doors and listening sometimes you'd hear the conversations or somebody playing piano and it was very inspiring and for a kid it just filled me with the desire to to do what i knew those young people were doing caroline jerry and barry mann cynthia whyle and neil sadaqa and jack keller and yeah greenfield and everybody was there many yeah jeff barry and ellie greenwich yeah well they were a different company but they right yeah so and jack keller yeah you set them all everybody was there why and this was something that i found in my research and so many of these wonderful songwriters jewish is there is there something and so many from brooklyn right l. let me say firstly brooklyn was probably you know the world's largest jewish ghetto and so it's no surprise that's where most kevin came from some maybe from the bronx but you know the majority from brooklyn and i think songwriting was always very appealing to to the to the jewish people it was a way to be self employed because as you know we all know jews never really loved to work people they wanted their own business which is why i think our ancestors had their own little you know they they had their carts and they conducted their business because they didn't want to end certain anybody that you know that was in there ethic so it appeal to people but you know i could write songs it's it's something that was in there in there heart and then their blood it probably has a lot to do with the fact that we all were nurtured on music in some way by grandparents and how parents and and so yeah i wasn't surprised it was something that the jewish young jewish people like the carols and the jerry's what's fascinating jeff barry jack keller more shuman dr thomas gerry goffin berryman sadaqa how greenfield lever install labor installed or yourself the list goes on and on what's in the water it's the only time neil diamond yeah the list goes on and something that franken i have left about a few times is that every classic christmas songs talk to whereas jews wrote every classic christmas song yeah it's kinda crazy but it's true yeah i had a i had a manager in the oh building and some of those guys were still in there as as as as recently as the eighties johnny marques m. a. r. k. s. sure do you know him arc's he was a little bit yes yeah rudolph the red nosed reindeer tell me tell us that the carole king story that you told me on the phone because it's fun and then joe mcginty said you had a neil diamond story too yeah i do the carole king sirois assigned to the tokens and they were allowing me to come up to their office and into the room that had the piano and use it so after school literally almost every day i would take the train come into the city use that office was thirteen it was okay to travel on my own i mean that's the way yes days and i'd sit in air you know and it had the yellow pad and pen and the pencil in the ashtray and i would work and teach myself and work on ideas and try to learn playthings i loved and what makes up on the roof so great and i struggled a little because i had i knew the music in my head and the lyrics but i needed to teach myself how to play in that was a process needless to say you know i did a lotta reading i bet studied a little later on on in my in my life and in my development but so satellite great romantic days looking back it was great yeah in grand the tokens were very into me and jay siegel who i still talk to it was lovely then he is lovely now and he's still sings great and he's still working a lot and unfortunately hang mattress and mitch margo to yell tokens have gone yes but phil margo still alive he's in los angeles so they told me one day listen we we need the room you have to leave the room because someone's coming up to play a song i said oh okay not no problem he said have you met carole king i said no and i know who she was of course i worship tear even then well she's coming up because we they had he so fine which was number one that they newst initiative fons merrill was coming up to play them a new song that she felt would be a great follow up to he oh fine and so they said you could stay so i did i didn't go in the room i was like right out in the hallway there but she came up and she played one fine day for them live while never heard it was brand new and i was there what a thing to witness it was incredible and yeah what's the diamond story the diamond stories that i.
"michelle steve" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Headlines toxic. Bob is going to get elected why? Because this is New Jersey. Doing neither a vote. I wanted to eight three one zero one point five here's the deal are you voting tomorrow? And this this this election by lottery Rutgers philosophy professor is proposing that you just get chosen at random to run the state if you were chosen at random to run the state what law would you pass first Michelle is on the turnpike on New Jersey one zero one point five. Hey, michelle. Steve how you doing good? How are you? Thank you. I definitely am voting tomorrow. I'm definitely wrote voting Republican, and I was very disappointed at the last governor voting that I did not vote, and it was only because it was so bad. The weather was so bad that night. I couldn't get to the. I mean, the rain was just horrendous. So I really do think that that was what affected the last at least in south jersey. Anyway, I like I said, I distinctly remember the weather being really bad that I just couldn't get there. Do you know how much money Murphy pay for that, bad weather? See that bed billionaire, right? He he actually made a deal get it terrain. Yeah. I think that people just assume that he wasn't going to win. So they were like, okay. Warning. I can't get there. He's not gonna win. But unfortunately, it went to have their way through the rain ended up getting us a snow job. Thanks for the call to New Jersey one zero one point five see what I did that Chris rains. No job. Right. Right. Sam new producer in training. He can alert the love these jokes. This is right. And Chris will tell you the idea is even as stupid as they sat you must laugh, you must laugh wholeheartedly, and then Alabama go what the hell is he getting me, then is is in planes borough on New Jersey one a one point five. Hi, dennis. How's it going good? How are you? I'm all right. So I was here in the prompt for tonight. And the first thing that came to mind was I would walk into wherever the nj transit headquarters are located fire every single person. Managerial duty for that abhorrent excuse for public transportation that I have to suffer through every morning, and every night today was probably the first day that I woke up and was dark, and then I came home, and it was dark. There's no excuse for me to be shoulder to shoulder with almost eighteen hundred people in New York Penn station every night. It's like a it's a mob. It's disgusting. That to me is the most important problem that needs to be fixed in the stay right now. All you that are you gonna vote tomorrow? Dennis one hundred percent, right. Are you informed than who you gonna vote for? I mean, you know, why you're there what you're gonna do. Not one hundred percent. I have on my boxes already pre filled out. I know where I'm putting my civil duty towards good for you. You know, I love your your Twenty-three. Right. You're at the age. It actually does the research and takes the time to make sure you make the right decision. That's why Dennis thanks for the call to New Jersey one zero one point five is when you read the articles about whether or not the millennials are gonna vote you want the millennials the vote because they are going to make informed decisions. Because again, they take the time. It's also at their disposal will take the time. You know, the boomer generation the older generation doesn't really take the time. I guess maybe to do the research if I'm wrong, call me and correct me. But you know, when you've got that much at your fingertips that you can get it that quickly. There's no excuse not to use the research has been made available to you. Rush. She'd is in Jackson on New Jersey one oh one point five ever she'd. Hey, Steve how you doing? I'm good. How are you? How would I'm good? Idea how they like the. Our our okay. There will be anonymous elected by the election commission, right on the background check. And no, no, no, no mustard. Nothing money is not is not an issue. See the rich people who are already nicked it. So there will be candidate number one two and three and four numbers only. I don't know school. Yeah. But how do, you know, why would you vote like how would you know, who to vote for would you have you have to get their platforms out there as well? Right. Yeah. Yeah. That would be checked by the election commission. They checked them. What what what is the agenda if you wanted to people where you have to get their agenda? The voter has to have the agenda as well to make the choice. Hey, okay. Okay. That can be. I mean, not about that. Candidate number one, number two sons. So and we don't know who they are. Using on Oklahoma's nothing. I mean people who have money that can be. So in that going for money, we're going for brains. All right. Thanks for the call to New Jersey. One zero one point five d is in Hamilton, New Jersey auto one point five what's up. I had an idea for a lot. Okay. Okay. The law would be that. There can be no double dipping in New Jersey whatsoever for elected officials worker and everybody in New Jersey wash for this day, a city a town public office, right? Congress legislator can only have one tension. Well, the only thing with the pension is this, and this is what I mean if the job comes with a pension why? And you're willing to do the job. Why shouldn't you have a pension? Because I'm John on your elected official all you have to deal with work one day in office. That's what's wrong that I agree with. And medical benefits your family for the rest of their lives. That's gotta go. So many people into public office or they small towns, I think the way solve that is you know, you now attach a timeline to the pension. You have to work X amount of years to qualify for the pension. So now, we know that you're there you've earned the money. But the idea of like, you know, guys getting transferred into these high pension jobs as a as a good luck on your way out the door is wrong. But the idea that okay, you can have this job. But you get the pension after you put X amount of years in it. That would be. All the big shots who are getting like a year. And then they're then there illegally doing things that they're getting arrested, and even though they're getting arrested and going to jail or keeping those see that can't happen. Right. That you know, you go to jail. You lose your pension. The thanks for the call to New Jersey one zero one point five. Okay. Here's the deal if you were randomly selected to be the governor of New Jersey by the Crecy. We'll be the first law. You would pass. How do you feel about the Ludacris? Are you going to vote his the awhile? It's.
"michelle steve" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Nine eight four by Mexicans Michelle. Steve Pearce cleans he's tough on crime. But he's just disguising his record again lying about his opponent's record and his own now. Jeremy Romero retired Corrales police officer has called him on it. Steve is flat out lying when he says Michelle Luhan Grisham wants automatic parole. Michelle opposes automatic parole and has called for locking up the most violent criminals Pierce is the real danger in this campaign because he consistently votes against police funding, forcing farmers to cut the number of beat cops and making our streets more dangerous and former Las Vegas police chief one Montagna and fifty more law enforcement leaders have publicly endorsed Michelle Luhan Grisham. She's got millions for us in congress in spite appears and Michelle will protect your rights, tone, long guns and handcuffs for hunting sports and self defense and work to keep them out of criminals hands in the mentally ill. Steve Pearce is not going to protect our community from violence and crime. He's a fraud. Mean streets of New York to the hills of Los Angeles of voice is rising to serve Justice and smash mouth rall. This is the Norman Goldman show. He's playing the members of the American public for suckers, fierce independence, intelligent, dialogue, and passionate logic. Is right here right now said he was going to unrig the system so far. America. This is the dispenser of fairness. This is the unfiltered truth. This is Norman Goldman about draining. That's what I don't know. Who I am.
"michelle steve" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Two eight. Three one zero one point five we. All have them to ask? You what is your parking nightmare and does anybody still carry change? For the meter in the car do you keep changing you cough for? Any occasion or on your, person Michelle's. In union, under, jersey, one zero one point five Michelle Steve how, are you. Broke how, about, you Same thing same, thing, he, listened so we're in? Point pleasant one Lunch, yesterday We had pay, the machine we're receipt and you put it on your dash and they check. It right it must've blown off when we close the door and it was on the floor and we got a ticket for a hundred and twenty. Five dollars how can they? Do that you have, the? Proof, right yeah but it wasn't there when the cop went. Around now I think they do a. Totally different you don't have to put the. Paper now I know by the phony they. Do this go around And just check it, but it was, sickening was Oh God, did you couldn't you fight it I. Wanted to but the problem, is a day off you got to go, down you'll lose your. Dad Yeah Although it's a shame because if you figure if the ticket has the time that, unit they, claim you, know they're giving you, the you're illegally parked and you've got the receipt stating here I am paying for. It then it, becomes you, know we didn't see. It, well that's not my, problem? Right but we don't live in the area and you're, right or would it just more so they can choke on it? Man I hope they? Do New? Jersey. One, what point five, yeah you just, crazy but but seriously really. In twenty thousand eighteen we are putting coins in the meter ridge is in Jackson New Jersey. One. Zero, one. Point five hey rich How you doing my favorite deejay thank you my favorite. Listener, what's, up So I went to a bar one night and I took my car. Which at that point she was my girlfriend and I gotta. Take it. I forgot to. Pay it Fast forward a few years later I won a trip to. Las Vegas on New York Scratch. Off ticket right she had to get a photo ID. Went to get the, photo ID they took her ideal way from our what And her she was driving on the on the suspended. List kidding seven seven hundred fifty dollars later We got to go to. Vegas they never contacted you were said anything hey you know there's a warrant out for your rest they're. Looking for. You or nothing like that She never got anything well her. Mail was addressed to her parents old dress Oh man That is mean, that, is Twenty three years later three kids. And we are still together so it was. Worth, the trip worked out well even if. You lost your still one thanks for. The call to New Jersey one zero.
"michelle steve" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"N e eight year fifty three here speaker of the house or at you run an absolutely no no i mean this room is out there otherwise what i can tell you we rented a campaign headquarters for the year are right on oaklawn avenue and i'm running i'm putting campaign focused on a fifty thousand dollars your campaign accounts if you don't decide to run just because you're opened up a rentals up doesn't mean anything to me now you you can take it to the bank can count on it i'm i'm running i i i have work left to do and uh uh when when i do um leave the speakership hopefully hopefully under my own power on my own decision but when i i wanna leave things a little veteran i wanna make sure certain things are solidified in and and a complete and the car taxes one of them i wanna make sure we get that over the finish line let's five more years four and a half five more years um i hope you like me being on your show i always like you've been on michelle steve fry as he can end of the judge somewhere is that why would you run it again again of and try to the do the old the blue to step on that situation around looks set and people need him out of the race she worry about m g running again we're here and i i don't know when i i leave that i has if he ran away from me i literally luck i i leave stride i leave that decision to him i mean he's he he's he's a smart guy and he could make the appropriate decision for himself who whoever mike candidate is our work hard i'll talk to my constituents i feel confident in my relationship more my constituents and you know we'll see where does it is ultimately the decision i work as hard as i can and i try to be a neighborhood person if if they want to reelect me i want to do the work otherwise it the you know i'll i'll go on to other things in my life you can lose but you're gonna polling data that says that you're stronger than people think you on i feel very comfortable in uh with my relationship with my constituents right now what about.
"michelle steve" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"A top schedule in national football league i just don't know about the institutional control of top also i'm going to go and as much as the hurts me to say this under i don't want to be disrespectful to top balls because i really like him i don't put this year on todd bowles i mean this team is not necessarily set up for success they don't have a great deal of experience but i'm gonna go with under and i think that a lot of jets fans out there will be glad to see their team will less than three and a half i'll tell you what i'm not as a player not a sheldon richardson or muhammad wilkerson but i think as a fan of a team you'd rather two and fourteen the five and eleven up as a man of a team i mean tour fourteen pretty much guarantees you an opportunity to grab one little franchise quarterbacks at the top of next year's quarterback draft class the 2018 class i mean sam sam donald josh rosen uh i mean those guys the kit from wyoming josh alanthea's you want better than any other i like to allocate for wyoming these gummy harm he's got a big army looks to party six five two hundred thirty five pound keto remind me rothlisberger casting a role for franchise quarterback a movie that's what it looks like so i trust my eyes neck concerned you can make some pros gets a little bit of trouble but you know i like him on upside speaking of uh what will one more question for you visit worry you at all that he didn't go to a big school that he's gonna come at a wyoming crushed winston go to a big schooler and i think that people would point to the potential and feel pretty good about the quarterback situation of philadelphia's article peppered and go to bigs nav and a lot of guys did go to school at our successful nfl quarterback derek hard in goteborg school not leg i guess what you're in the middle of the stephen a smith show podcast that is the steve eighth michelle steve added back tomorrow dave robber chris canny in his stead.
"michelle steve" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Dr fighters wei jumped up over opening you're ready for the game way hyper is joining us and one of my favorite types of here a couple of years ago or a couple of days ago curb said hey can loved ones entirely also played the basketball really good basketball player for the university of arizona on the same team michelle steve kerr tom tolbert and craig bergman lies drop hud i love i love did you it all came asserted all in one breath was an oil and by the way the little pause in their little pa by the way just to show you that i pay attention to what goes on with your show i have put together a nominee email to lima being kashmir all so it's a guy i don't know exactly where you live but i will come over there and i will give you ever at six a to educate tackle you lima being a will have a guy i will be in casseroles to be the worst thing in the world i made it up after eleven thank you though for the everybody has their kryptonite right yeah absolutely you have here's a live agreed what about you you know what you know like gummy bears or anything stupid like mike buzzed way mike each anything google books mikey handy even idea but but if you drop to lappia yes or or her a what's the other one the a plant you can't even if if you're with him and you order it he leaves him and even have it know way you don't need to lappia and by the way i'll fight you uncovered bears big governor fat i will fight you hot handy but in a gun coletta but here's the thing about to lobby i had no problem with.